The deadline for The European Insurance Technology Awards is fast approaching.
Insurers have been urged to review their data practices and ensure data is coming from “official or trusted” sources, as research suggests nearly half of data scientists are left stuck with untrustworthy data.
Former Chartered Insurance Institute professional standards director Melissa Collett has been hired by Insurtech UK to take the helm of the trade body.
Claer Barrett, consumer editor of the Financial Times, has told insurers to up their social media game in order to change perceptions of the sector’s products and services.
Dan Saulter, CEO of Davies Group, reflects on the last decade, shares the case for generative AI in his business and reveals growth plans for the years ahead.
Analysis: Fiona Nicolson explains what insurers looking to stay in the fast lane, as mobility trends develop, need to do to satisfy drivers and maintain profits.
The Lloyd's Lab programme is returning for its eleventh cohort, seeking “fresh ideas” to challenge how the insurance sector operates and help the Lloyd’s market better serve its customers.
The result of the Department for Transport’s consultation on the mandatory time limit for MOTs is likely to result in the rules remaining unchanged, Insurance Post can exclusively reveal.
Analysis: Frances Stebbing explores how insurers are using generative AI, while recognising the risks and preparing for the incoming regulation for this type of technology.
Vanessa Chance, director of communications at SEC Newgate UK, raises the profile of Insurance United Against Dementia, learns more about using artificial intelligence in communications plus handles a potential reputational risk issue.
Paul Williams, CEO of Ripe Insurance, explains why the specialist insurer looks more like a marketing agency than a financial services provider and how it wants to know why Jane differs from Janet.
Increasing consumer demand is accelerating the adoption of digital insurance offerings and gaining momentum in Europe, research has found.
Alex Hamilton examines how usage-based insurance, artificial intelligence and insurtech partnerships are transforming the sector, gamifying experiences and encouraging better habits.
Adam Winslow, CEO of Aviva UK & Ireland general insurance, has revealed the provider is mainly testing artificial intelligence in the operational environment.
Tim Rourke, UK head of P&C pricing, product, claims and underwriting at Willis Towers Watson, has warned the era of data science as a research and development activity has passed and insurers need to ensure those employed in this area deliver operational…
McKenzie Intelligence Services has piloted CAT360 to boost insurers’ responses to US hurricane losses and speed up claims by providing ground-level imagery.
Analysis: David Worsfold examines whether wrapping up insurance with other products risks obscurity, especially if there is a poor understanding of consumer behaviour in a digital environment.
Companies are not fully prepared for the widespread use of generative artificial intelligence, or the business risks these tech tools may bring, research from McKinsey & Co has found.
Anna Kervison, Earnix’s business solutions team lead, reveals her spirit animal is a giraffe and how she relates to confident career woman Liz Lemon from the tv show 30 Rock.
Tara Foley, retail CEO and incoming UK and Ireland CEO at Axa, says that insurers will struggle to evolve their services without the right talent.
Robin Gilthorpe, who joined Earnix as CEO in February, plans to grow the business by offering UK insurers a route map to “true operational AI.”
On a quarterly basis funding for insurtechs appears “quite volatile” but trends developing are in line with longer-term sustainability, a Gallagher Re report says.
Emma Ann Hughes examines how film production insurance has adapted to reflect the new risks associated with producing big summer blockbusters across several countries post-pandemic.
While most firms are currently focused on simply getting over the line of the Consumer Duty deadline on Monday, insurance consultant Prakhar Agrawal says long-term providers should use the regulation as a springboard to digitise.